Well, I actually lived at 57th and 7th on 9/11. I actually saw the ashes flying through the canyons. My best friend was on a flim shoot in Battery Park when the Towers were hit. A friend of mine who still had a specialty steelworkers license was called in to cut bodies out of steel and came home every night puking his guts out for weeks and still can't talk about what he saw. My family lost friends and acquaintances. I actually know what happened.
I don't need fear based reminders of that day. We have been held hostages of fear by our own government for the last 8 years convincing us that everything else can wait while we fight off the potential terrorists in a country where they don't even live.
Well, then why would you want us to go back to being confident that we can beat the terrorists with Obama "negotiating" with them? Terrorists do not negotiate. They don't understand compromise.
So I guess you'd rather the govenment give us glowing reports on how safe we are in today's world when it isn't the truth. It's called being in denial. Right now the reality is that we're not safe from terrorism.
Do you know for sure that there are no terrorists in Iraq?
Why am I not surprised one needs to utilizing a sad period of history as in 9/11 to again try to inject fear in undecided voters watching on TV. It was not a question of if , it's a question of when it would be shown. That tactic work in the last presidental election, why not revist it again. This piece of history is being used to market a campaign time and time again . As a person who when throught the turmoil, I feel used. Enough of politics back to the Yankee and Giants game...